Connor Sephton is the head of advertorial for Cointelegraph. He is a journalist based in London who began his career at Metro before joining Sky News.
It may not have a meme dog or billionaire booster, but a privacy coin protocol is bullish about the value of anonymity.
Privacy protocol’s dogged focus on untraceable coins and anonymous communication
Consumers have had a tough time in fully appreciating the benefits associated with cryptocurrencies — but this project wants to change that.
Has this ecosystem found a way to make cryptocurrencies accessible to all?
A meta blockchain project says its new take on decentralization offers unlimited scalability and direct peer-to-peer transactions.
Fourth generation identity-based blockchain targets CBDC implementation issues
Just 25% of adults took part in the most recent election where they were eligible to vote. Now, this blockchain-based voting protocol wants to give the silent m...
Voter disengagement is a big issue. This blockchain-backed app wants to change that
Stablecoins use a variety of techniques to keep their value fixed, generally to a specific fiat currency like the U.S. dollar. ...
How stablecoins stay stable, explained
A blockchain application platform has held a jam-packed two-day event for developers. Here’s what you missed.
This jam-packed two-day blockchain event had no shortage of announcements
A new stablecoin project says it has solved the problem of how to maintain a level price using market forces rather than huge stacks of fiat or locked crypto.
Decentralized stablecoin’s sharding solution brings scalability to Bitcoin